Instruments
Ensembles
Genres
Composers
Performers

Sheet music $14.95

Original

Sixty Pieces for Aspiring Players, Book 2. Daniel Gottlob Turk. Piano Method sheet music. Piano Solo sheet music.

Translation

Sixty Pieces for Aspiring Players, Book 2. Daniel Gottlob Turk. Piano Method sheet music. Piano Solo sheet music.

Original

Sixty Pieces for Aspiring Players, Book 2 composed by Daniel Gottlob Turk. 1750-1813. Edited by Howard Ferguson. For Piano. Easier Piano Pieces. Grades 1-5. Sheet Music. Published by ABRSM. Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. PE.9781854723659. ISBN 1-85472-365-0. Daniel Gottlob Turk. 1750-1813. who held the post of director of music at Halle University was responsible for the most influential keyboard tutor of its day the monumental Klavierschule. He also wrote these two books of practical pieces to accompany it. Progressing from the simplest two-part pieces to more complex works, and practicing various aspects of technique, the albums provide excellent teaching material for the early grades. A good start is half the battle. No. 60. A little ballet. No. 11. A musical impromptu. No. 44. A pendant to the knight in the darkening wood. No. 22. A solemn ceremony. No. 56. An accomplished singer. No. 58. An old song. No. 20. As swift as a deer. No. 49. At a solemn feast. No. 52. "Be thou my comfort, silent solitude. No. 29". Changing fingers. No. 51. Children's ballet. No. 26. Comfort beside a friend's grave. No. 43. Country-dance. No. 53. Dedicated most humbly to the right-hand little finger. No. 46. Dignity and elegance. No. 38. Double appoggiaturas. No. 16. Fingers under and over. No. 5. First exercise in thirds and sixths. No. 31. For little people in Lilliput. No. 36. For the left hand. No. 57. Graceful and stately. No. 48. Hark to the strumming of a poor bungler. No. 30. His playing was gentle and expressive. No. 54. "Hushaby, my baby. No. 4". In octaves. No. 13. Inverted mordents. No. 7. Moderate high spirits. No. 23. Mordents. No. 15. No great art is here. No. 10. Noble simplicity. No. 39. "One day, when I am dead. No. 35". One to start. No. 1. Only fools have idle fancies. No. 25. Passing-bell and funeral hymn. No. 45. Peasant's march. No. 47. Phrase-endings. No. 8. Quaver rests. No. 3. "Rests, rests. Nothing but rests. No. 2". Short appoggiaturas. No. 9. Solemn and serious. No. 41. Sweet was the melody. No. 37. Syncopated notes. No. 24. The echo in an ancient castle. No. 21. The perverse one. No. 55. The queen of dances. No. 27. The singer with a harp. No. 14. The two invalids. No. 6. The young people dance. No. 32. This makes me want to dance. No. 59. Those wretched octaves. No. 42. Ties. No. 12. Time vanishes in joking and flirting. No. 28. "Triplets, quintuplets, sextuplets and septuplets. No. 50". Turns. No. 18. We merrily mingle the dancing lines. No. 40. Wisdom teaches happiness. No. 34. Youthful high spirits. No. 17. A cradlesong by moonlight. No. 33.

Translation

Sixty Pieces for Aspiring Players, Book 2 composed by Daniel Gottlob Turk. 1750-1813. Edited by Howard Ferguson. For Piano. Easier Piano Pieces. Grades 1-5. Sheet Music. Published by ABRSM. Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. PE.9781854723659. ISBN 1-85472-365-0. Daniel Gottlob Turk. 1750-1813. who held the post of director of music at Halle University was responsible for the most influential keyboard tutor of its day the monumental Klavierschule. He also wrote these two books of practical pieces to accompany it. Progressing from the simplest two-part pieces to more complex works, and practicing various aspects of technique, the albums provide excellent teaching material for the early grades. A good start is half the battle. No. 60. A little ballet. No. 11. A musical impromptu. No. 44. A pendant to the knight in the darkening wood. No. 22. A solemn ceremony. No. 56. An accomplished singer. No. 58. An old song. No. 20. As swift as a deer. No. 49. At a solemn feast. No. 52. "Be thou my comfort, silent solitude. No. 29 ". Changing fingers. No. 51. Children's ballet. No. 26. Comfort beside a friend's grave. No. 43. Country-dance. No. 53. Dedicated most humbly to the right-hand little finger. No. 46. Dignity and elegance. No. 38. Double appoggiaturas. No. 16. Fingers under and over. No. 5. First exercise in thirds and sixths. No. 31. For little people in Lilliput. No. 36. For the left hand. No. 57. Graceful and stately. No. 48. Hark to the strumming of a poor bungler. No. 30. His playing was gentle and expressive. No. 54. "Hushaby, my baby. No. 4 ". In octaves. No. 13. Inverted mordents. No. 7. Moderate high spirits. No. 23. Mordents. No. 15. No great art is here. No. 10. Noble simplicity. No. 39. "One day, when I am dead. No. 35 ". One to start. No. 1. Only fools have idle fancies. No. 25. Passing-bell and funeral hymn. No. 45. Peasant's march. No. 47. Phrase-endings. No. 8. Quaver rests. No. 3. "Rests, rests. Nothing but rests. No. 2 ". Short appoggiaturas. No. 9. Solemn and serious. No. 41. Sweet was the melody. No. 37. Syncopated notes. No. 24. The echo in an ancient castle. No. 21. The perverse one. No. 55. The queen of dances. No. 27. The singer with a harp. No. 14. The two invalids. No. 6. The young people dance. No. 32. This makes me want to dance. No. 59. Those wretched octaves. No. 42. Ties. No. 12. Time vanishes in joking and flirting. No. 28. "Triplets, quintuplets, sextuplets and septuplets. No. 50 ". Turns. No. 18. We merrily mingle the dancing lines. No. 40. Wisdom teaches happiness. No. 34. Youthful high spirits. No. 17. A cradlesong by moonlight. No. 33.